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Seth Goldberg Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Erin Love Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Mordecai Goldstein Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Peter Brooks Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Benjamin Thompson Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Dan Scott Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Jason Gershenson Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Darren Bilotto Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Mark Astarita Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Elizabeth Oyen Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Dana Johnson Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Matthew Cohen Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

David Fritz Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Nick Rubino Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Ngoc Nguyen Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Francine Love Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Zachary Meyer Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Andrew Gerber Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Eric Forman Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Albert J. Myburgh Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Michael James Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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James Hsui Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Sid Chary Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Ariel Burman Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Michael Cuellar Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Ronald Friedman Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Kiran Lingam Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

Jared Cohen Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Adam Freedman Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Adam Engel Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Ryan Cooper Startup Lawyer for New York, NY

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Advantages of a Small Law Practice for Startups

 

When looking to hire business counsel for your New York startup, you may find yourself stuck deciding between a traditional corporate “big law” firm and a leaner small firm or solo practice arrangement.  Every startup is different – yours may have unique legal needs, professional dynamics, budget limitations, time concerns, and relationship expectations.  Generally speaking, however, many startups find that the small firm (or solo practice) arrangement is better suited to their needs.

On the UpCounsel platform, you’ll find hundreds of highly-qualified small firm and solo practice attorneys specialized in business and startup law.

Small law firms have a lot to offer, with several intrinsic advantages making them a solid alternative to “big law” for the budding startup.

 

Lower Legal Fees

Typically, the rates at a small law firm or solo firm are lower than those at a larger firm, thanks in part to lower overhead expenses (higher rent, payroll, and administrative costs, among other things).  Small firms may pass these savings on to their clients – and position themselves more competitively on the legal marketplace – by offering favorable rates.   If you have a specific rate in mind, you can use the UpCounsel platform to search for attorneys whose services align with your budget needs.

 

Highly Responsive

Larger firms are notoriously uncommunicative when responding to informal client inquiries and concerns.  The “big law” administrative hierarchy may further frustrate your efforts to engage with your attorney(s) at the firm.  By comparison, smaller business law firms and solo practices are often much more responsive to client needs as they have fewer clients, are more reliant on their startup clients, and generally have less intensive billable hours requirements.

It is perfectly reasonable to have questions and concerns throughout the legal relationship – if you value a highly responsive professional relationship with your attorney, a small firm lawyer may be the right choice.

 

A Network of Non-firm Attorneys

Once you begin working with an attorney and assess the legal strategy of your startup moving forward, you may begin to realize that your need for legal services is greater than you initially expected.  For example, you may not only need document drafting services (i.e., business contracts and agreements), but you may need an employment attorney to address certain pain points as your startup grows.

A large firm that is initially brought on board to counsel your startup on one aspect of business may be pressured to upsell you on additional legal services they provide, even if those services are not strictly necessary at that phase in your startup’s growth.  Small firms tend to be more specialized.  If there’s a genuine legal issue that needs an immediate response, the firm may refer you to a third-party attorney who is able to handle your issue.

 


 

Finding a Skilled New York Startup Attorney

If you have decided to work with a small business law firm or solo practitioner through the UpCounsel platform, you’ll want to ensure that you select an attorney who is professionally compatible with your team – and is well-suited to serve your particular goals, needs, and limitations.

 

Legal Fees

Startup budgets are typically tight, especially with regard to “accessory services” like legal assistance.  Fortunately, the UpCounsel platform lets you filter and search for attorneys who offer services at fees that suit your particular budget limitations.

As you browse attorney listings, try not to make the mistake of assuming that lower legal fees are an indication of a subpar service offering.  Lawyers offering a comparatively low rate may be doing so for any number of reasons: they may have recently moved into solo practice from “big law,” they may have recently retired from a long and successful business law career and provide part-time services at a discount, they may be positioning themselves aggressively to price out new competitors, or they may simply feel that such a rate is fair for the value given.

 

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Reputation is king when it comes to building a new professional relationship.  You’ll want to assess whether a given attorney is skilled and trustworthy, and whether they have built successful attorney-client relationships in the past.  On UpCounsel, clients may leave ratings and reviews for attorneys they work with through the platform.  These reviews are an excellent predictor for what to expect when working with an attorney.

Bear in mind that new attorneys on the platform may not have many reviews yet.  If you’re interested in learning more about their services, read their attorney profile and follow the relevant business links.

UpCounsel attorney profiles also include “repeat client” stats.  An attorney with many repeat clients proves that clients not only had an excellent singular experience, but would like to continue the relationship into the future.  This is particularly important when it comes to hiring legal counsel for a startup, as you may want to “scale up” your professional relationship as your business concerns scale, too.

 

Reach Out and Communicate

Don’t be afraid to reach out to attorneys even if you do not have a specific legal question.  Many small firm lawyers and solo practitioners will be happy to take a little time to discuss their services, their background and experience, and their fees.  By reaching out and having a conversation, you’ll be able to get a sense for how the attorney does business and whether they will be personally and professionally compatible with your team.

 


 

Typical Startup Legal Services

As startups grow, they require a wide variety legal services, from document drafting to compliance to intellectual property strategy.  Some attorneys specialize in one or more categories commonly associated with startup law, while others handle a broader range of concerns.

 

Document Drafting

Most startups will require extensive drafting services for different business concerns, including formation (incorporation, bylaws, operating agreement, and equity documentation), employment (employment agreements, confidentiality agreements, etc.), and contracts with third-party entities (i.e., a sale of goods contract).

In recent years, online services offering standardized, form legal documents have become popular.  These services should be avoided by startups.  Form documentation may not account for certain details that are necessary for actual enforcement of an agreement.  To ensure that your agreement is customized to meet your particular needs, have an attorney draft your agreements.  Your attorney will also be able to advise you on any legal issues as they arise.

 

Assessing Risk of Litigation

A skilled attorney can help structure your business to minimize the risk of future litigation, and – in the event that litigation is unavoidable – to minimize liability exposure.  Litigation can be protracted, difficult, tense, and expensive, so it is best avoided.

 

Regulatory Compliance

Depending on your industry, the regulatory environment may be somewhat complicated.  In some industries (i.e., agriculture, food production, energy, etc.), regulatory agencies at both the state and national level make frequent and significant amendments to existing law, affecting many thousands of businesses every year.

Working with a regulatory attorney familiar with your industry is a great way to ensure that you are in compliance with current regulation, as well as to secure your startup against potential regulatory risks down the road.  A skilled attorney will be able to interpret current regulation and advise your team on the steps to take to comply, and will also keep you apprised of legal developments in the industry, giving our team time to prepare for changes coming down the regulatory pipeline.

 

Intellectual Property Law

For many startups, intellectual property (copyright, trademark, and patents) is fundamental to the value of the business.  It is therefore crucial that you secure ownership of your intellectual property and guard against infringement.

An intellectual property lawyer will register your trademarks, copyright, and patents, when necessary.  They may also handle infringement litigation.  Always speak with an attorney before hiring them to learn more about the extent of their services.

If you’re searching for a New York startup lawyer who can counsel you on intellectual property matters, make sure that you find a qualified intellectual property lawyer.  Though a business lawyer may have some experience with intellectual property, they may not be qualified to advise you from a strategic perspective.

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